Trails to Tsukiji


Season 1, Episode 20 of 52

Japanese are one of the world's largest egg consumers. Featured in sushi and sukiyaki, eggs are an indispensable ingredient of their cuisine. Japan produces several thousand types of eggs with a wide spectrum of colors and taste to be enjoyed both cooked and raw. Let's explore a poultry farm pursuing innovative safety measures and get a taste of Japanese egg culture from tamago-yaki omelets, a popular item among Tsukiji's tourists, to tamago kake-gohan, fresh steamed rice topped with raw egg.

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